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Conker's Bad Fur Day

Platform : Nintendo 64
Rated: Mature
268 customer reviews
Metascore: 92 / 100

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  • Notorious and outrageously funny platforming adventure game for the N64
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Includes game, manual and original box. Game is in great shape with full clean label. Manual has small fold on corner of cover. Box is a little rough with crease across the front and some crushing and worn corners.All ClassicGameStore games are fully tested before being placed into inventory.

Conker's Bad Fur Day is for adults, the ESRB has rated thisgame Mature; it should not be bought for--or played by or around--children. That stated, the story of the game is the following: Conker's very good night turns into a very bad day. He has to deal with a crazy and abusive world, all while suffering through a massive hangover. Conker encounters abusive paint pots; jabbering dung beetles; trigger-happy, scar-faced Tediz; and a belligerent giant, with only a frying pan as a means of self-defense. He is resourceful, however, and makes the best of his situation. The game combines elements of 3-D exploration, combat, and puzzle solving. It features cinematic cutscenes, movie parodies, facial expressions, dozens of unhinged characters, and 1- to 4-player deathmatch games in a variety of styles.

Product Details

  • ASIN: B00004U1R2
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 4 x 10 inches ; 5 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (268 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,155 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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46 of 50 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on March 9, 2001
After all the hype surrounding this game, I was expecting nothing more than vulgar British jokes with so-so gameplay. To my surprise, this is one of the best looking, best sounding, best playing, and funny games on the N64. Although it has a mature rating, I found the material to be nothing more than PG-13 stuff. However, for those of us above the 15-17 year age group, Rare has included some subtle, hilarious jokes that I'm sure younger kids would miss. This game looks very very good. Although the frame rate takes a hit in open areas, the true stars are the characters. Their animations, voices, and originality are what makes this game for me. The sound is probably the best I have ever heard from an N64 game. The tunes are reminscent of the old Warner Bros. cartoons, and the sound effects are in surround sound! From a gameplay point of view, you won't find anything new from the 3-d platform genre, but the context-sensitive pads do add a bit of a twist. In addition to the character animations, I must say that the references to movies are outstanding! I don't want to spoil any of it, but I'm sure you'll find one of your favorite movies spoofed in here. I have never gotten bored with this game, and I think this is the last good N64 game that everyone should play.
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21 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Bruce Aguilar on March 16, 2001
Whenever there's a whirlwind of hype around something I get really nervous that it won't be able to live up to it. Thankfully, Conker BFD not only lives up to the hype, but goes further by forging new ground in videogaming. By now you've no doubt been unable to escape all the talk of the crass, potty mouthed humor through out the game and have no fear, it's all true. I won't go into all the gory details, but suffice it to say that you don't want to play this when little Billy or anyone with a weak stomach is in the room. The game is laugh out loud funny and more than once I found myself playing with a huge grin plastered on my face. But what I find even more incredible are the game mechanics.
Graphically and sonically the game surpasses anything seen on the N64 before. Colors are bright, edges are sharp and defined and Rare's work on lip synching is incredible. All the characters have expressive faces and fluid movements. Conker will even make a grimace as he passes characters he's angry at! I was also impressed with the amount of cut scenes in the game. Upon entering each new area you'll see a comical scene to explain the objective. In addition, while playing you'll hit some points and a scene starts, but there's no break or cut away, it's just like playing a movie. The jazz-like music through out the game is crystal clear and presented in surround sound to boot! It's hard to belive it's all coming off a cartridge. This is one game soundtrack that I'll be playing loud. If it's ever relesed on CD I'm sure it will be playing on many many CD players across the country.
As impressive as these things are, it wouldn't matter much if gmeplay wasn't there to pull you in to experience it all. Thankfully this isn't a problem for BFD.
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30 of 37 people found the following review helpful By David L. Gilbert on March 15, 2001
This game is shocking and appalling and completely defunct of any socially redeeming content.. Never before have I seen such a gratuitous display of violence and profanity. The characters are crude and offensive, and the situations are disgusting and sophomoric. In one word.... BRILLIANT!!
I am absolutely loving this game. You can't help but be charmed as the adorable Conker foul-mouths his way through oddball situation after oddball situation. There's a techno club for rock trolls, a safe guarded by a vicious bulldog-fish, a cute baby dino that eats little cavemen (accompanied by tremendous crunching, screaming, and blood dripping from the mouth), and a mountain made entirely of poo (I know the Great Mighty Poo character has been hyped to death, but let me tell you firsthand that NOTHING can prepare you for the real thing). I was playing with my friend once, who kept repeating "Oh... my... GOD! Can they actually DO this?" over and over.
Until I bought this game I was firmly convinced that the two Zeldas were the only games worth playing on ANY system. I was wrong. Technically, the game is a marvel. The colors are bright, the controls are fluid, and the sound is perfect. The camera is ALMOST, but not quite, on par with Zelda though. I have yet to find a game with a tighter camera control than Zelda, although Conker comes fairly close. The only major complaint I have about the camera control is the 1st person view. The camera pops right behind Conker's head, which usually blocks whatever it is you're trying to look at. But that's a minor quibble in an otherwise fantastic game.
This is one sadistic little game. There is a ton of violence - characters die in the most gut-wrenching, teeth-clenching, bone-crunching ways - but the humor is always presented with tongue firmly planted in cheek. Like I said, you can't help but be charmed. Even when I'm stuck I still have a grin plastered on my face.
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23 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Ryan Thomas on March 24, 2001
If you happen to notice the box, there's a disclaimer saying that it isn't suitable for children under the age of 17. That's there for a reason. This has to be the most crude, vulgar, sexually explicit, and unpleasant-looking game in the world. And I loved it!! Video gamers complain that the playstation games are better because Nintendo 64 games are often credited to make cute, little child-games. Well, now playstation games can stick this in their pipe and smoke it. Nintendo fans had to argue back, as the only good adult game on the N64 was Perfect Dark. With Conker's Bad Fur Day, it goes beyond that, and more. The ironic thing, being that a cute smiling little red squirrel, is on a day-long journey full of cussing cogs wheels, dismemberment and gore of killed enemies, swimming through poo-water, and the like. What also makes this game fun is the way it parodies our favorite movies, like the D-day scene from Saving Private Ryan, the opening credits from A Clockwork Orange, the little girl from the Exorcist, the lobby shootout scene from the Matrix (my favorite), and many more. Again, just because this a N64 with a cute little squirrel and a child-like atmosphere, does not mean it's a game for the little ones. Avoid playing this game where little eyes and ears are present, at all costs. If you have a younger brother/sister? Wait until they take their nap. Otherwise, for the mature adults, who find greatness in swearing, drinking, urinating-in-public, money-grabbing, sex-oriented little mammals who are just having a bad day, then do yourself a favor: either go out and buy this game, or get it off here. This is a game of the new age of maturity of the once ridiculed Nintendo. The N64 can now shove this in Sony's face, and show that they're ready to play with the big boys now. Thank you, Nintendo, for making such a great game, and redeeming yourself! Now, how about a sequel?
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